Most Active Stories
- Paducah Officials Stay Quiet as Alleged BBQ Festival, Store Violations Come to Light
- Laser Enrichment Company Files Intent to Build on PGDP Site
- Eastern Oregon University President Bob Davies is One of Two Presidential Finalists
- Madisonville Demolition Sparks Asbestos Investigations
- Weather Related Closings
Tue January 8, 2013
The Morning Cram [lil' pythagoras edition]
From NPR: One Maryland high school math teacher is using rap to capture his students’ interest. Expect rhymes about the quadratic formula and the Pythagorean Theorem from Mr. Scott’s alter ego, 2 Pi.
Kentucky: State lawmakers start their session today where they are expected to tackle tax reform and the problematic pension system.
Tennessee: A state judge will decide today whether the Department of Children’s Services must release information regarding the deaths of children in its care to The Tennessean and other media outlets.
Illinois: The solution to the worst-in-the-country Illinois pension crisis is still uncertain as the last full day of the lame-duck legislative session approaches. House committees have approved two separate measures to allow illegal immigrants to get driver’s licenses and to expand Medicaid.